Monday, May 2, 2011

A Swap for All Seasons Mother’s Day Brooch Goodies

I am linking up with Linda’s blog today to show you my wonderful brooches I received in this swap. Yes, I said brooches….more than one! My partner was a wonderful lady, Sharon Wideman . Sharon and I have been blogging buddies for awhile now so it was fun gathering goodies of also!


Wonderful vintage Christmas card which you know I love with the sweetest Christmas tree brooch!


A vintage postcard with a wonderful crocheted doily and a pretty round rhinestone brooch.



A fun Bingo card with a great set of vintage buttons and a wonderful retro painted brooch.


And two little extras….isn’t this the cutest potholder???? And fun, bright brand new paper stock from Cosmo Cricket….love them!

Thank you Sharon for everything, this was fun! And Linda, you have done it again, to perfection! :):)

Click on the blue "brooches" above and see all of the other wonderful swappers goodies!


Daphne said...

What a great swap! You've got so many lovelies to enjoy now!

GardenOfDaisies said...

That looks like it was a fun swap!! I collect the Christmas tree brooches, so that one is my favorite!

Linda said...

Sandy- wow! Sharon is going to be de-lighted!! So glad you two enjoyed being paired up- I always say a little prayer and hope for the best when I pair people up and it usually works!

Angela Weimer said...

Wow what beautiful Brooches. and such cute presentations too. thanks for sharing and have a great day. Angela

Jan said...

Great brooches and packaging and lots of lovely bits and pieces.. Wasn't it fun!

mary pernula said...

Wow, what a nice swap partner I love all her ideas and treasures she sent you. Happy Mother's Day, Hugs Mary

Patty in Oz said...

Thank you for showing and telling about your new treasures. They are all very sweet! I know you're going to have some fun.


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